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Purr-fect
feline friends
' June is national Adopt-A-Cat
Month, and Taylor County Animal
.Control and the American. Humane
-Association are urging residents of.
.,Perry to consider adopting a feline.
.friend.
Helping again with this year's effort
,is Garfield, the spokescat for all those
:meowsers who will make purr-fect
companions.
. Just stop by Taylor County Animal
Control and let yourself be adopted by
one of these adorable cats. Shelter
',officials said, "listen to Garfield who
says--'Put down that lasagna and
adopt a cat"" Contact the shelter at'
(850) 838-3525.

Business After
Hours Social
planned June 15
Want to network with ybur friends
and fellow business leaders? Want to.
meet new people in a casual
.atmosphere"
Plan to attend a "Business After-
Hours Social" Thursday. June 15, at'
Timberland Ford, from 6- 8 p.m. ,
SThe event is being.sponsor.ed and,3
hosted by Timberland Ford, Edward'
Jones Investments and the
Perry/Taylor Chamber of Commerce.'
Refreshments, compliments of
Timberland, will be served. Those
planning to attend are reminded to
bring their business cards to share
and to be used as tickets for chances
to win door prizes.

It's time to
vaccinate
Now is the time to start checking
your child's immunization status
before the 2006-07 school year'.
begins.
Children who are not vaccinated,
according to State of Florida-
guidelines may not be able to start
school without this certification.
Taylor County Health Department
provides all children up to age 18
childhood immunizations at no charge
under the Vaccine for Children
Program. For more information,
please call 584-5087.

Meetings change
The Taylor County School Board
will hold its next regular meeting
Tuesday, June 27, instead of June 20,
as originally scheduled. The board
has also changed its July 4 meeting to
July 18. The meetings will be held at
the administrative complex, located at
318 N. Clark St.


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Today
Low: 66
High 94

Saturday
Low 67
High- 95
Sunday
Low'70
High: 94,
'. 1


Morning fire claims home


Tragedy struck a Taylor County
family early Wednesday morning
,when the. were forced to look on
as their home. vehicless and
everything they owned. went up in
flames.
Kenny Crews said Thursday that
his w ife. NMaril.n. woke him up
around 2 a.m. and told him there
%\as a light on outside their Athena
home. Crew s said he was skeptical,
so he got up and went to the door.
When he opened it, flames were
rolline do\w n from the roof. Cre\ ws
said he grabbed his wallet and
truck keys, told his wife to get the
fire extinguisher and ran to get a
water hose to attempt to save his
home.
"When I got the hose and rumed
around toward my house, I could
see flames spreading across the
roof and I knew the entire attic w as


PPD: Murder

investigation

is 'going well'

The investigation into the May
28 shooting death of Chanoski B.
Burney. 23. is "going welll"
according to lead Det. Jimun Wiggins
of the Perry Police Department.
"We'\e gotten some really good
leads and are in the process of
follow ing them up,' Wiggins said
this week. "but that's all I can say
at this time."
Burne\ was found dead in the
I-ck. seat of a car behind the
temple of G6d Church 'on Sandra
Street that Sunday morning.
.-* Please see page 2


on fire and it was spreading fast.
"Smoke was filling the house
very quickly by now," he said. "I
ran to my truck to move it from the
carport and saw that it was on fire,
so I jumped into Marilyn's truck


and there were no keys," Crews
added.
"I tried to go back inside the
house...crawling under the smoke,
to get her keys, but I had to turn
around. The fire had spread that


fast. We used our cell, phone to call
911, and within 10 minutes, the
roof began falling in," he said.
Taylor County Fire Rescue Lt.
Robert Lytle and firefighters
Jeremy Denmark and Richard


Bush arrived with' two tankers. The
men fought the blaze for more than
two hours, during which time they
ran out of water and were forced to
-* Please see page 3


Taylor County stars' in video


It's lights, camera, action, and
Taylor Counts is the star.
For the past several % weeks,
Director Leslie M. Gaines ~ ith
Dragonfl Productions has been
traveling around Taylor County
filming segments for a new 22-
minute promotional video about
the countN.
Gaies and his film crevw have
already paid % sits to the Big Bend
Saltwater Paddling Trail. Keaton
Beach and Steinhatchee as %well as
filmed a segment on fl[ fishing.
The Florida State Bluegrass
Festival % ill also be featured in the
film.
"We filmed a segment on
archaeology on the Aucilla River."
Gaines said. '\e talked to Jim
Dunbar. a state archaeologist,
about the prehistory project and he
showed us artifacts that are 14,325
ears old. The first Flondians lired
in Taylor Counit."
Last week they filmed at the


Cracker Homestead at Forest They plan to return in two weeks
Capital State Park. While there, to film scallop researchers as they
they filmed scenes with perform population studies.
preservation architect Walt Marder "We are very pleased to be
and longtime park ranger Jim working with such a professional
Greist. production company as Dragonfly


Productions and we are looking
forward to using the finished
project to promote Taylor County,"
Perry/Taylor Chamber of
Commerce Executive Director.
Dawn Taylor said.


The video has been funded
through the Taylor County Tourism
Development Council at a cost of
$30,000.
"* Please see page 2


Sex offender ordinance passed


Sexual offenders (whose victims
were under the age of 16) who
wish to move into the
unincorporated areas of Taylor
County will now be required to live
2,500 feet away from schools, day
care centers, parks and
playgrounds.
In a unanimous vote Monday
night, commissioners passed an
ordinance more than doubling the
previous boundary of 1,000 feet set
by state statute.
According to the new ordinance,


the offenders would be unable to
establish residence -within 2,500
feet of any school, designated
public school bus stop, day care
center, park, playground or other
place where children regularly
congregate.
'Exceptions to the restrictions
include those who established their
residence prior to the adoption of
the ordinance, those Who were
minors when they committed their
offense and were not tried as
adults, those who are minors and


'Gator Day'
In honor of international "Gator Day," local boosters supported a collection drive benefiting
Refuge House. "The event was very successful and we are delighted that so many of our Gators
supported the drive by donating so many items," Gator Club President Betty Culbreath said. Also
joining club members were scholarship recipient Jonathan Baker and the newest "baby gator,"
Sara Beth Wallace, the granddaughter of Selena Mrotz.


those who established residence
before the school, day care center,
etc., was established.
Penalties for violating the
ordinance include fines up to $500
and a 60-day imprisonment for the
first offense and up to a $1,000 fine
and 12 months, in prison .for
subsequent offenses.
At the public hearing to approve
the ordinance, no one from the
public spoke against it.
Commissioner Jack Brown made a
motion 'to pass the ordinance,


seconded by Commissioner Pat
Patterson. The measure
passed 5-0.
The South Florida city of Miami
Beach was the first municipality or
county in the state to enact such an
ordinance. Due to its geography--a
seven-mile strip along the coast
,with more than a dozen schools
and 35 parks--the ordinance made
almost the entire city off-limits.
.'Numerous other cities and
counties in Florida have since
passed similar ordinances.


Board approves


salary increases

Across-the-board salary schedules--complete with pay raises--were
unanimously passed, at Mqnday night's Taylor County School Board
meeting.
Beginning July 1, in step one, the Taylor County High School principal
will make $74,641, going through step 6, where the salary will increase to
$78,449 per year.
Other principals, Taylor Technical Institute and The Learhing Center
directors, along with the Exceptional Student Educational supervisor, will
begin at $73,902, with an ending step salary at $77,672.
MIS coordinator and assistant principals will have a beginning salary of
$65,333 and ending step salary of $68,666,
The transportation coordinator salary begins at $48,905 and ends at step
six at $51,399. Administrative assistants will begin at $44,620 and end at
$46,896, while the grant writer begins at $53,796 and ends at $56,542.
The administrative assistant to the technology integration specialist will
begin step one at $33,600, and end at step 6 at $35,314 and the Head Start
Executive Secretary will begin year one at $30,164 and on year 16, will
end with $46,994.
For instructional personnel, a one-time bonus will be paid to whose who
were on step 23 of their salary schedule during 2004-2005. The one-time
"* Please see page 2






A-2 Perry News-Herald


June 9-10, 2006 '


Murder victim's brother involved



in altercation; police arrest four


Two men and\two juveniles were
arrested last weekend after party-
goers at a Pate Street address
reported that someone fired a gun
out of a passing car.
According to reports filed with

Anyone with

information is

asked to call
MURDER
Continued from page 1
During the initial investigation,
evidence was located which
indicated foul play was involved
and the incident is being
investigated as a murder.
The Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE) is also
.-assisting in the investigation.
.Wiggins asks that anyone with
.information on this case to contact
'PPD at 584-5121. Callers may
remain anonymous.


the Perry Police Department, a
Nissan Maxima drove past a
cookout and someone in the car
fired a gun three times, scattering
those in attendance. Some of the
party-goers got into a Honda and
followed, calling 911, alerting law
enforcement to their location.
The cars were seen on Puckett
Road and were stopped near the
Elks Lodge. ,
As commands were being made
to the occupants in the Maxima, a
"man known to me as Conrad
Burney (Watkins), 24, ran up
behind the officers and to the car
and began hitting one the rear seat-
passengers with his fist. He then.
ran around to the driver's side of
the vehicle and attempted to hit
him," said PPD Ptl. Wesley
Cooper.
At this point, PPD Sgt. Jamie
Cruse, Ptl. Garrett Campbell and
Cooper moved from cover and
approached the vehicle, telling
Bumey to stop and lie on the.
ground.
"Set. Cruse engaged Burney and
deployed his X-26 TASER,


striking him in the back, causing
him to fall down," said Cooper.
"During this time the driver,
Brandan.Chase Pigford, 20, exited
the vehicle and Ptl. Campbell
ordered him to the' ground, but he
would not comply. Due to this, Ptl.
Campbell deployed his TASER,
after which the driver then
. complied."
Cooper then removed the other
passengers from the car, Mario
Hughes, 16, and Alex Griffin, 16,
and placed them in cuffs.
"All three subjects said they had.
nothing to do with the shooting,"
said Cooper. "They said they were
.driving around the city pool and
picked up Aaron Price III, and they
rode by the party twice and on the,
third time, Price pulled out what
looked to be a revolver pistol and
shot three times from the vehicle.
"Pigford then drove Price to his
residence behind the Temple of.
God Church on Sandra Street,"
said Cooper.
Pigford, Hughes' and Griffin
were arrested and charged with
discharging a firearm in public.


Teachers will receive



one-time cash bonus


'SALARY
-Continued from page 1
.bonus will be paid. from the school
-.board's general fund balance
should it exceed $648,666 on June
30.
If the fund balance on June 30 is
$748,000, each employee will
receive a maximum of $850. If the"
.general fund balance is greater than
$648,666, but less than $748,000,
.employees will receive a pro-rata
.share of the amount exceeding
$ ah4e 660 o s. .:e !.
The board is also agreeing to


contribute an additional $100 per,
employee for health insurance for a
total of $1,962.
Non-instructional personnel
have also received their step raise
this year.
Beginning next year, $277,032
plus benefits will be applied to
their salary schedules, inclusive of
a step, for a total of 9.64
percent.
Each salary step will reflect this
increase, Hunter said.
Non-instructional employees
who were on step 17 of their salary
schedule during 2004-2005 will


also be paid a one-time bonus.
The bonus will be paid from the'
general fund if it exceeds $648,666
on June 30.
If the fund is $748,000 on June
30, each employee will receive a'
maximum of $500.
If the fund balance is greater
than $648,666,. but less than
$748,000, employees will receive a
pro-rata share of the amount
exceeding $648,666.
The board will also pay non-
instructional personnel an
additional---$100-- toward health
insurance for a total of $1,962.


Video may air on PBS


STARS
Continued from page 1
"We will be showing the video at
'Florida Sportsman fishing shows,
;Visit Florida media receptions and
"tourism trade shows," Taylor said.
.A shorter version of the film will
be available on the chamber's
website.
: "I really love Taylor County,"
Gaines said. "That's one of the
main reasons we wanted to do this
:project. Taylor County is one of the
last truly natural places left in
TFlorida.
"The project is going very well."
According to Taylor, Gaines is in
talks to have the video aired on
:some 119 public broadcasting
stations around the state as well as
pursuing Brighthouse Cable
Network which serves the Tampa


and Orlando areas.
Gaines has previously produced
a number of short films and
documentary series, including
Expedition Florida, a multimedia
project co-produced by the Florida
Museum of Natural History at the
University of Florida in
Gainesville.
In November, 2000, Expedition
Florida won three Emmy Awards
for documentary excellence.
Expedition Florida: Wild Files also
won the natural history award for
broadcast excellence from the
Outdoor Writers Association of
America in June 2000.
Gaines also won Emmys for
several documentary projects
including "Florida Outdoors--
Mullet Wars" in 1991; "Standing
Tall and Strong--The Florida
Seminole Elders Project" in 1995;


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KELLY & KELLY PROPERTIES


Perry City

Council

will be holding a
meeting
open to the public
June 13
at 6:30 p.m.

The topic to be
discussed will be a
request by Waste Pro
Sanitation for a price
increase for
commercial and
industrial businesses.


"During a post incident
interview with Burney," said
Cruse, "I learned that he was in a
highly emotional state at the time,
due to his brother, Charvoski
Burney, having being shot and
killed on May 28.
"I also learned the funeral for his
brother was the next day. I made
the decision to issue him a notice to
appear so that he would be able to
attend the funeral.
"Burney. was not charged with
any felony violations," Cruse said.
Later, dispatch received a call
saying that Price could be found at
a residence Woodard Street.
PPD Ptl. Lin Gray, Campbell,
PPD Sgt. Dodd Franklin and Cruse
went to the residence, where Gray
located Price and arrested him.
Pnce \"as taken to PPD and a gun.
shot residue' collection kit was
performed on both of his
hands.
PPD Det. Jim Wiggins, who is
lead investigator in the Charvoski
Burney murder (who was found
shot to death behind the Temple of,
God Church on Sandra Street) as
called to the police department,.
where he interviewed Price.
Price told him, "that he was in
the vehicle, .but they took him
home and he did not know.
anything about a shooting."
Prior to arrest, Price was
searched and two bags of
marijuana %'ere found. .
Price was taken to the county
jail, where he was charged with
discharging a firearm in public and
possession of less than 20 grams of
cannabis.

Library movie

fest continues
The "reel" fun continues at the
Taylor County Public Library
Tuesday with the screening of
"Holes" by Louis Sachar.
Opening credits roll at 4 p.m.


Vandalism costs


county thousands


in property losses


During the past few weeks,
thieves and vandals .have cost
the county several thousand
dollars in lost revenue', and
replacement of equipment which ,
has been vandalized or
destroyed.
When county employee -
Broward Reed set out the day-
after Memorial Day to collect
fees garnered from boaterV'

launching at the public boat',
ramp at Keaton Beach, '-he
discovered that thieves had
destroyed the box and taken the
cash.


';* ', .. "'"



Thieves' broke into :the
honor system money box at
Keaton :Beach, stealing
between $1,000 and
$2,000 in launch fees. ,

Reed said the amount on :a
busy weekend as that' one,
usually brought in between
$1,000 and $2,000, according to
a report filed by Taylor County
Sheriffs Office K-9 Off. Harper
Gibson.
When Reed discovered the
theft, he went to the Mandalay
boat ramp (off the Aucilla Rivern)
and found that the money box


t ~


to Perry.


there had also been pried into,
damaging the box beyond repair.
All the money had been taken.
County Road Department
Director Andy McLeod
estimated that theft at around
$50-$60.
This was the third time the
box had been vandalized.
Both boxes were removed
from the sites, but McLeod said
newer, stronger, stainless steel
boxes would replace them today
(Wednesday), "making it
extremely difficult for this to
happen in the future."
During the weekend prior,
'Vandals took down 14 signs on.
Puckert Road.
"They only went for speed\
limit, and informational signs,"
said McLeod. "I guess they were
vandals with a conscience,
because they didn't take down
any stop signs. It Would:seem
that they just wanted to tear stuff
up--they didn't want to kill
anyone."
McLeod estimated the cost of
replacing the signs at roughly
$200 each.
Recently, vandals busted the
gate at a Harrison Blue roll-off
site and rammed the portable
toilet, destroying it. When they
left, "it looked like they hooked
a chain to the gate, completely
shredding it," he added.
Monday morning,. count'
workers reported that someone
had taken a grinder and cut the
lock off a roll-off site .in.
Steinhatchee. It's not clear at this
point what was take or
destroyed.
"We're trying to stay on top of
this situation," said McLeod,
"but it seems that every year at
this time,' vandalism
increases."


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Doctors' Memorial Hospital

and Dr. Bilal Khodr welcome

Dr. Ronald Emerick to Perry!


Ron Emerick, Pediatrician,
will begin his medical practice...
,here in Perry on June 26, 2006.
Dr. Emerick will join long-time
Perry Pediatrician, Bilal Khodr k.
and Nurse Practitioner Lori -
Hearne at Doctors' Memorial l
Pediatric and Family Medicine.

When asked why pediatrics e. M
and why Perry,, Dr. Emerick .
said, "I chose pediatrics when
I was a little kid. I always knew
exactly what I wanted to do
and I'have never doubted it. I
have always had an interest in
small town medicine. I wouldIf
like to be involved not just in medicine but also i a community. My fiance
Michelle and I would like to raise a family in a small town, with strong values,
good people and a safe environment. Everyone we have met in Perry has been
so honest, friendly and real. I have a lot of respect for Dr. Khodr and I think
practicing with him in this small town environment will be a perfect match for
me."

Dr. Emerick has just completed his pediatric residency at the University of
Florida, Shands Teaching Hospital. We too, are excited about his coming to
Perry to "hang his shingle" said DMH Clinic Director Sara Grambling. Dr. Emerick
is going to be a great asset to not only our medicalh'community but to Perry as
well.
He really wants to be involved in High School Football and Baseball and I'm
sure we can plug him in!

Dr. Emerick enjoys sports both playing and watching and was a former NCAA
Academic -All American offensive tackle at St Lawrence University in Northern
New York. He also enjoys fishing and golf and is extremely excited about his


forthcoming marriage in November of this year.


Please join us in welcoming
Dr. Emerick and Michelle -'


I---a







A-3 Perry News-Herald


June 9-10, 2006


Ma si kwhMs ni.


City holds public hearing


on proposed fee increase


Waste Pro, which serves the
trash collection needs of local
businesses, has asked. the Perry
City Council to approve a five
percent rate hike to cover increased
fuel costs.
A public hearing on the issue
will be held at the council's next
regular meeting, Tuesday, June 13.


FIRE
Continued from page 1
use the water out of the family
swimming pool in their efforts to
contain the blaze.
The four bedroom, three bath
house which the Crews family
bought in 1992 was completely
destroyed, along with everything
inside. The family also lost a 2000
extended cab Chevrolet truck and a
1997 Chevrolet Tahoe.
"You read the paper and watch
television and see where families
have lost everything in a fire, and
you feel bad for them, but ) ou
think that it would never happen to


ov


'"Our contract includes a two and
one-half percent annual increase;
we are asking for an additional five
percent based .on fuel cost
increases," Waste Pro
representative Bob Wolt told the
cojicil in May.
"The council thought it would be
wise to allow their customers to


you." Crews said.
"Well, it happened to us and it's a
temble thing. My 12-year-old son
Aaron lost all his trophies and
everything he had and I hate that.
He's worked hard for them. Every
family has heirlooms from their
parents and grandparents and we
lost them all.
"My son doesn't have pictures.or
anything else that represents the
first 12 years of his life;" he added.
"It's all gone. Everything. And we
had to watch it and there was
nothing' we could do."'
Crews said investigators with the
State Fire Marshall's Office has
ruled the blaze "accidental."


V Poppell

Annual Family Reunion


Sunday, June 11, 2006
Perry Garden Club


(located at Forest Capital Park)



Family members andfriends are
encouraged to gather around 10:00 a.m.
Lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m.
Bring your favorite covered dishes.
Paper goods will be furnished.


For more information,
call 584-2301 or 584-4091


2


listen or to have input before they
acted on Waste Pro's request. This
would only affect industrial and
commercial solid waste customers
and does not apply to residential
customers," City Manager Bob
Brown said.
The Tuesday night meeting
begins at 6:30 p.m., at City Hall.


Rockets launched up, up & away


The 4-H Images Club ended
their rocketry project with a blast.
Four-H'ers built their rockets as a
club project this year. After the
rockets were complete, the club


then traveled to the Perry-Foley
Airport to launch their rockets.
Airport Manager Tommie
Stanaland assisted the Images Club
with the actual launching of their


rockets.
During the launching process,
members learned about
construction, circuits and launchers
during .this project.


For final 9 weeks .


TCES honor roll given


Taylor "County Elementary
School has announced its honor
students for the fourth, 9-week
period. They are as follows:
Third grade, All A's
Evan Brown, Anthony Carter,
Cameron Collins, Tony Cutshall,
Cade Ely, Lesha Fletcher, Haley
Homer, Brianna Johns, Angel
Ketring, Kinzi Mattingly, Matthew
McEwien, ,Sarah McIntosh,
Lindsey Mincy, Rohan Patel,
Colby Ratliff; Tyler Russell,
Ja'Corbey Simmons, Lucy
Whitehead and McKenzie Wynn.
Third grade, A/B
Josh Aldous, Quanisha Bailey,
Sunita Baker, Ryan Blanton, Keely
Brickey, Shawn Burney, Rhett
Cannon, Shakayla Carter, Jarred
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Caroline Schwab, Emalee Shaw,
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Sherra Lynsey Edwards, Benjamin McCoy Anderson

Edwards, Anderson plan

wedding vows for July 22
Laura and Randy Rowell of Shady Grove, and Bobby and Lynda
Edwards of Perry, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sherra
Lynsey Edwards, to Benjamin McCoy Anderson, the son of McCoy
Anderson of Gainesville and Vickie Anderson of Perry.
Maternal grandparents are Bruce and Nadine Lynn of Salem, Virginia
Rowell of Shady Grove and the late Lawrence Rowell, Jean Edwards of
Perry and the late Shelton Edwards.
Paternal grandparents are Jim and Ann McKeehan of Perry, the late
Tommy Anderson of Mayo, Doyle and Sherry Glass of Madison.
The bride-to-be is a 2005 graduate of Taylor County High School. She
is currently attending North Florida Community College, majoring in
elementary education. She is employed with Jack & Jill Day Care.
The groom-to-be is a 2003 graduate of Taylor County High School.
He is ermple' ecith S'-Iulh H-.I.- .
Their wedding will be July 22, 2006, at 4 p.m. in the Madison Church
of God at 771 N. E. Colin Kelly Highway (Valdosta Highway) in
Madison. A reception will follow. No formal invitations will be sent;
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Maternal grandparents are Teena Phillips of Perry and William Phillips
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Paternal grandparents are Billy Simpson and Emily Simpson of Perry.
Maternal great grandparents are Harold and Mildred Hill, and Ernest and
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Jennifer Martinez, Destiny Neal,
Sylvia Von Stein, Sarah Buzbee
and Dylan Webb.
B honor roll:
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One student had perfect
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On August 5th

Brown, Ray to wed in

Four Freedoms chapel
Mike Brown, and Gary and Ginny Poppell of Perry, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Suzannah Brown, to Christopher Corey
Ray of Tallahassee, the son of Ricky and Karen Dickerson of Perry.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Taylor County High School, North
Florida Community College and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of
Science in civil engineering at Florida A&M University. She is
employed with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection,
Bureau of Design and Construction Services in Tallahassee.
The groom-elect is a graduate of Taylor County High School,
Tallahassee Community College and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of
Science in civil engineering at Florida State University. He has been
employed with the National High Magoetic Field Laboratory in
Tallahassee since 1998.
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a real, real

By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Hey, I just realized today's date
reads "666" sixth month, sixth day
and sixth year. Supposed to be the
Devil's Day or some such
hooey...well the fish didn't know
it 'cause I took Billy Pillow out
and he caught 10 trout with all but
one over 18 inches long, with one
20.5 inches long and one 21-
incher for the largest.
He fished while I caught bait for
my charter on Wednesday. He
caught them all on live pinfish
under Cajun Thunders fished in
4.5 feet of water. We fished the
falling tide...from 11 a.m. to 2:10
p.m. for the trout.
Last week, 17 year-old Aaron
Temple landed his first cobia at
Keaton Beach, a 38-pound, six-
ounce fish which I weighed on my
X.Tools scale. The Temples, on
board the "Crusin' Susan" had six
trout the day before and had a blast
catching a few short cobia the next
day after the 38-plus pound ling.
Stony Gaskins and Tony Suggs,
both of Valdosta, Ga., won the
Saturday biggest five (trout)
tourney at Keaton Beach Marina.
This pair fished live, pinfish under
-. Cajuns to win the tourney with 12
pounds, '5 ounces total.
Saturday, I took Ed Talley with
brothers Leon and Paul Stroud all
of Newnan, Ga., and we had a
great box of trout with 16 ,trout
(four more than 20 inches long), a
Spanish and one 26.5-inch red
which weighed over seven pounds.
. We caught all of our trout on live
pinfish under Cajun Thunders in
4-4.5 feet of water.
,But my best story involves my
charter Friday with Rocky and,
Linda Joiner, and Harrison Ulmer,
Small from North Carolina. The
weather was horrific and ran us off
a great bite (the fish were hitting
every bait we put in the water).
Suddenly I looked and Rocky's
line was going up floating on the
positive charge in the atmosphere
and then going back down to his"
Cajun...and that only means one
thing...haul $#* !!! Get out of
There! QUICK! Well, we had put
' eight trout to 24 inches, two sand
trout and one nice three-pound
Spanish in the boat in less.than an
Hour. Rocky had just baited up and
as I was yelling for everyone to
pull their lines in and sit down! I
grabbed his rod and dropped the
;.: pinfish, still on the hook,
.: complete with the Cajun Thunder,
Sin the livewell and closed the lid
and took off...hoping like heck we
didn't get struck by lightning!
Eventually we made it back to
the dock and the bait was still in
the livewell, still hooked, while
the rod was lying on the floor
blocking our exit. 'So I snatched
up the line and all and dropped it
in the water, next to my boat at
the dock, in the canal, behind the
Marina...where I always dock my
S boat.
I proceeded to hang the fish up
for a picture, then clean the fish
(as I always do for all my clients)
and while I am cleaning them 'a
young lady walks up to me and
declares..."Hey, Pat you have a
: fish on that rod down there!"
Well I quickly replied, "Hey,
thanks, I know it's just a
S pinfish."
To which she remarked, "No, I
think you've got a fish down
there?"
I thanked her and continued to
clean the fish and simply ignored
her warning.
: A few minutes later...maybe


A-6 Perry News-Herald June 9-10, 2006


Bombers win Woodville tourney


'The Perry-based Florida
Bombers baseball team won the
Woodville 14-under Rag Shirt
tournament last weekend by
winning six straight games.
After opening the tournament
with a 7-5 loss to Tom Brown
Park Blue, the Bombers went on a
tear to capture the championship.
Their opening game loss was
fought with problems, Coach
Reggie Wentworth said.
First the game was re-scheduled
at the last minute causing a two-
hour delay, then their opponent
was changed. That coupled with
his team not playing very well led
to the loss, Wentworth said.
Beau Rodgers led the team
going 2-2 with a double. Brett
Spradley, Caleb Padgett and
Hunter Barfield each had one hit.
In the team's second game on
Friday night against Tom Brown
Gold 13-under team, William,
Wentworth .had a no-hitter going
into the fifth inning as the
Bombers won 13-5.
John Nogowski led the
Bombers' offense going 4-4
including a deep homerun and a
double. Wentworth, Casev
Eddinger, Spradley, Kevin
Singletary, Cole Pitts, Steve
Johnson and Barfield each
contributed one hit.
In the third game on Saturday
morning, the Bombers had to face
a good 14-year-old team from
Perry featuring a number of
players from the middle school


team. Pitts tossed a complete
game shutout as thq Bombers
pounded out 12 hits in the 10-0
victory.
Leading hitters were Rodgers
and Eddinger, both going 3-4,
with Nogowski, Pitts, Singletary,
Padgett, Johnson and Wentworth
contributing one hit each.
"It was strange being on the
other side of the field during this
game as just about all those kids
played with us on our middle
school team," Coach Wentworth
said. "When you combine those
two groups of kids together,
baseball looks promising for
Taylor County for the next five
years or so."
In the fourth game, Singletary
pitched a complete in defeating the
Woodville 14s 5-2. He allowed
only five hits while striking out
7.
Rodgers and Nogowski (one
homerun) both went 2-3 while
Spradley, Singletary, Pitts,
Johnson, Padgett and Barfield each
had one hit.
In the fifth game, the Bombers
got the re-match they wanted
against Tom Brown Blue.
Padgett pitched the first two
innings then Wentworth came in
with the bases loaded and no outs.
He struck out the first batter then
Barfield fielded a line drive and
turned it into a double play to get
.the Bombers out of the jam.
The Bombers went on to win
13-3 with every starter getting a


hit.
That victory made the Bombers
the winners of the losers' bracket
but they would have to beat Tom
Brown Gold (14s) twice to claim
the title.
In the first game Nogowski
went the distance on the mound
and went 2-3 (one double) at the
plate as the Bombers won 5-4.
Singletary and Pitts chipped in
with one hit each. .
That led to the championship
game where starter Eddinger
pitched four innings, striking out,
5. Pitts pitched two innings in
relief.
With the score tied at 2-2 after'
regulation, the Texas tiebreaker
was put into place with each team
getting a runner on second base to
start the inning.,


The Bombers scored two runs in
their half of the inning and
Singletary came in to retire the
side to preserve the 4-2 victory and
the championship.
Singletary drove in two runs
with a double. Nogowski,
Wentworth and Pitts had one hit
each.
."For our players to play five
games in one day and win them all
is a tremendous credit to them and
it showed a great deal of heart and
determination. We did this with
two of our better players, Taylor
Ratliff and Morgan Pelt, out with
injuries," Wentworth said.
The team will play in the Grand
Slam National Tournament in
Panama City July 24-30 and the
Triple Crown Fall Nationals in
St. Aligustine Oct. 27-29.


fishy story
15...I went back to my boat and
netted the remainder of bait fish
still in the livewell up and place
them in my holding pen, as I had
a trip the next day. Rocky had,
"One more question" and' as I
walked back up towards the bow
of the boat...it happened! The fish
which had most likely been
hooked (ever since the girl TOLD
me I had one? DUH?) on the line
under the Cajun tied to the rod
laying in the boat with maybe
three inches hanging over the
transom...suddenly and without
further notice left my Parker (boat)
as it was snatched over the
transom and KERSPLOOASH!!!!
I turned around and cursed with a
vigor only appreciated by those
who know me...and declared the
fish to be unholy, without a
father, or a mother who liked
it...and several other choice
phrases, only to turn around and
realize there were no, less than 9
(nine) people watching, listening,
laughing and- generally "not"
lielping me with the loss of a rod
and reel outfit worth over $230!
Suddenly, as quickly as it all.
disappeared, the Cajun popped up
and I saw the fish on the other end
of the leader. I quickly tossed a jig
and grub combo at the fish and
Cajun only to hook and lose the
line and watch the fish take the
Cajun under again, and STAY
DOWN!
I figured...surely it was gone
this time...while then everyone of
my audience of onlookers
screamed, "There it is Pat, behind
you!"
I spun and cast my jig and got a
perfect shot and hooked the line
between the Cajun and the fish and
then had to "FIGHT" the fish,
then net a 23-inch long Speckled
Trout which weighed 3.5 pounds!
Caught in the canal from
besides my boat on a pinfish
which had been baited up almost
an hour before? That's my story
and I'm sticking to it! And
besides, I have nine witnesses and
some pictures to prove it!
The annual Mann Edwards
Family get together at Keaton
Beach was perhaps the best fishing
trip here ever!
Everyone reported enjoying
themselves immensely with a
great week of fishing at Keaton
Beach, complete with nice, trout
every day and a limit of cobia each
day of the trip. Don Edwards of
Gray, Ga., caught the largest
cobia, a '38 pounder. Tommy
Mann, Mike Bridgers and T. J.
Sheffield, all of Macon, Ga., each
caught a large cobia each day we
were here. Tina Mann also caught
a 25-pound cobia!
Among the other fish, the trout
were plentiful. The group also.
reported, "the sunsets were
beautiful and each day seemed
prettier than the next."


Taylor County High School
Head Coach Kelly Armstrong and.
Assistant Coach Danny Glover
,'.will be coaching a Bulldoe
Baseball camp this 'm6'onth.' '
The camp is for all upcoming
7th-10th graders. This camp will
be June 19-22 at Pace Field (High
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high school levels are encouraged
to attend.
Cost for the camp is $45 per
player. Participantsf must have'
proof of insurance to participate.,
Shirts and 'drinks will provided.
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Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald June 9-10, 2006


Appreciation service honors Howell


25th appreciation service set
Pastor John H. Howell of Holy Faith Tabernacle will be honored by his
congregation for 25 years of service on Sunday, June 11.
The church, which is located at 1609 Woodard St., will continue its
appreciation through June 18. Everyone is invited to participate.

Gym Jam tonight at New Home!
There will be a Gym Jam at New Home Baptist Church tonight, June 9,
from 7-10 p.m. Seventh through 12th graders are invited for basketball,
games, food and fellowship. Jayce DuBose will lead a short worship
service; everyone is encouraged to attend.

Three churches combine for V.B.S. next week
"A Quest for the Ten Commandments" will be the theme of this year's
Vacation Bible School sponsored by St. James Episcopal Church, the First
Presbyterian Church and the Catholic Church of the Immaculate
Conception.
Classes begin Monday, June 12, and continue through Thursday, June
15, with supper at 5:30 each evening., The school ends at 8 p.m.
St. James, located at 1100 W. Green St., is hosting this year's Vacation
Bible School. Please call 584-7636 to register children age 4 and up.
Teens, young people and older adults are encouraged to volunteer.
Knight speaks here tonight,
Prophet Richard Knight will speak tonight, June 9, at 7 p.m. at the Cook
Shack in Perry. On Saturday, June 10, he will be the speaker at\7 p.m. at
the Harvest Center in Monticello. Everyone is invited.

What about Athena, Calvary, and Blue Creek?
Vacation Bible Schools will be held June 11-15 at Athena Baptist
Church, Calvary Baptist Church and Blue Creek Baptist Church. All three
churches will use the "Arctic Edge--Where Adventure Meets Courage"
theme for their schools.
Pre-registration at Blue Creek has been set for June 10.

Stewart Memorial plans Women's Day
Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church will hold Women's Day on June 11 at
5 p.m. A cordial invitation is extended to, all to "this day of praise and

Perry Wesleyan Church
"Where Jesus Christ is Lord"

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Morning Worship 11:00 am


Wednesday Night 7:00 pm
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Sunday Worship Services
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6:00 pm Evening Worship
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Wednesday
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Programs & Bible Study for all ages!
Bring the Whole Family


Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.


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Obituary


Jacob Michael Sanhein
Jacob Michael Sanhein, 76, died
June 6, 2006, in Perry.
Mr. Sanhein was bom in Troy,
N.Y., to the late Jacob P. and
Catherine Tyleston Sanheirn. He
had previously resided in Beford,
Ind., before moving to Perry where
he had lived for the past 28 years.
Mr. Sanhein served in the Army
Air Force during World War II,
also serving in the Army Infantry
during the Korean War. He was a
graduate of the University of
Bridgeport, Conn., and a retired
mechanical engineer of 10 years
with Martin Electronics. Mr.
Sanhein was a member of First
Presbyterian Church, Perry
Masonic Lodge #128, North
Reading Lodge in Massachusetts,
Benevolent arid Protective Order
of Elks #1851 and Marzuy Shrine
Club of Tallahassee.
Survivors include: his wife of 37
years, Cynthia Sanhein of Perry;
one son, Jeffery Dragon of
Indianapolis, Ind.; one daughter,
Kathleen Sherrer. of Perry; one
sister, B'ette Kuza of Wadley, Ala.;
six grandchildren; two great
grandchildren; and several nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services will be held


Friday, June 9, at 11 a.m. at Beggs
Funeral Home with the Rev. Larry
Neal officiating. Interment will
follow at Pineview Memorial
Gardens.
Family members received
friends Thursday from 6 until 8
p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home,
which is in charge of
arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be
made to: Big Bend Hospice, 1723
Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee,
FL 32308; or First Presbyterian
Church Mortgage Fund, 310
Plantation Rd., Perty, FL 32348.

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The family of Juanita Cassidy'
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grandmother and sister. Thank
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and visits.
Danie, Adrian, Wendy and
Zachary Cassidy and all the Deal
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23 distinguished alumni honored


Rev. Lamar A. Albritton


Randy Herndon
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College paid tribute to 231
distinguished alumni at its annual
Courtyard Party held at the
historic Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Conference Center in Madison.
President Morris G. Steen, Jr.
served as master of ceremonies as


he outlined the contributions of
former students of North Florida
Junior College and Suwannee
River Junior College. SRJC was
one of the 12 historically black
community college established by
Florida and later merged with
North Florida Junior College.
Perry residents honored as
"Outstanding Alumni" included:
--Elmer Coker was the first
student government president at
NFJC. The former Taylor County
High School coach retired in
1992. He is married to the former
Pat Kirkland.
--Randy Herndon graduated
magna cum laude from NFJC in


1971. He is the executive vice
president and chief operating
officer of Citizens Bank of Perry.
He and his wife, Barbara, also a
NFJC graduate, reside in Perry.
Other Outstanding Alumni with
ties to Taylor County:
--Rev. Lamar A. Albritton of
Lakeland is pastor of Lake Gibson
United Methodist Church. He and
his wife, the former Vivian P.
Fulford, whom he met at NFJC,
reside in Lakeland.


--George Collins of Fernandina
Beach is a 1963 graduate of NFJC.
Collins is the owner of Collins
Consulting Company. He and his
wife, the former Charlotte Ann
Langford of Perry, reside in
Fernandina Beach.
NFCC also recognized retired
NFCC employee Doris McMillan
Putnal of Perry. Putnal had been
employed at the college for 16
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B-2 Perry News-Herald


June 9-10,2006


Inman Lilliott served in the I
Sto Jan. 15, 1946.
Editor's Note: The following account
of Iman Lilliott's service during World War
II was "written with respect and
admiration" by his son-in-law, Steve
Langston.
Inman Lilliott was a good man
who served his country honorably
during World War II. At the time of
his enlistment in the Na,\ hbe "as
2 :3eairs old :afid. he lefth behind a
Skite iRachael) and daughter lI.Ann i
who was two years old at the time.
His and Rachael's friend Jimmie
Marsh says that Inman enlisted in
the Navy because he thought that
would be a better place to serve
rather than wait to be drafted and
put in the Army. Some 15 years
later, when Inman's nephew Billy
Chauncey graduated from the
University of Florida, history
repeated itself. Billy told Inman lie
was joining the Navy and Inman
replied that he thought Billy could.
do better. When Billy told Inman
his reason, namely to avoid being
drafted into the Army, Inman just
smiled, gave him a hug and wished
him godspeed.
Inman's first duty station for boot
camp was at Camp Peary, Va.,
located near -Williamsburg and
Richmond. Camp Peary was
primarily a training base for Navy
Seabees (the construction/
engineering arm of the Navy), but
it also housed a prison for German
prisoners of war. Later, it became
the CIA's training facility and was
:t known as The Farm. Residents of
two small towns were relocated to
make room for the Navy training
station.



49 Perry

News-
P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida

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Pubhis

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U.S. Navy from April 15, 1944,

Apparently Navy boot camp was '
much like other initial training in
the U. S. military. The following is
taken from a website devoted to the
Navy:
"On entering boot camp during
the World War II era, besides
getting his shots and a buzz haircut,
a Na\y recruit discarded his
di\ iliuan" attire .md 'po.se.ssions: .He',
bo.ed his shirt, underwear and
pegged pants, and shipped them
home. Then after he stood
shivering in the nude in a large
room with hundreds of other young
men, Navy supply clerks tossed at
him the uniforms and other gear he
would use during his period of
enlistment. They piled on his arms
uniforms, with little attention' to
size, that the recruit learned to
wear, not always the proper way at
first.
"Training program in boot camp:
'Up and at em, drop em and grab
em, fire drill, scrub down that deck,
inspection, move it boot. Now. I
ain't your mommy asking you. It's
me. I'm telling you.'
"These and other commands the
.Chief Petty Officer assigned to a
boot company shouted mostly in
the middle of the night after a hard,
tiring, long, ten hour day of
marching, calisthenics, scrubbing
clothes, rifle-over-your-head drills,
pulling oars in a boat, loading
heavy shells in a 5-inch gun and
other training activities. The
obvious reason for harassing the
boots was to get them accustomed
to discipline, to respond to
disagreeable .orders, to ,function


June 9-10, 2006


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with little sleep, and probably to
give the chief his kicks. It worked.
"World War II Navy boot camps
ground out thousands of sailors
well' enough trained to go aboard
ships and win the war. Boot camp
training lasted about six weeks plus
or minus a couple depending on the
Navy's need at the moment for men
in the fleet.
"Finally the moment came and
the graduating companies fell in
for a parade and pass in review.
Then some dignitary declared the
boots had finished their training
and would get leave to go home
and display their' uniforms with,
pride. At that moment he marched
off to his first leave and: his next
assignment," .
Inman's age at enlistment would
have made him older than most of
the other boots by as much as 10:
years. Following the long tradition
of soldiers and sailors, they
probably would have called him
Pop and looked to him for
guidance in dealing with the
demands of the chief petty officer
and boot camp in general.
After boot camp, Inman went
down the road a little %way:s to
Virginia Beach where he was
trained as a radar operator. The site
for this training was a beachfront
hotel, The Cayalier, which had
.been taken over by the Navy early
in the war. This hotel was quite a
place, as the following information
taken from the hotel's -website
shows:
"During the 1930's, 1940's, and
1950's, The Cavalier was the
largest hirer of big bands in the
world. Tommy Dorsey, Frank_
Sinatra, Benny Goodman, Xavier
Cugat, Cab Calloway, Glen Miller,
Lawrence Welk, and Bing Crosby
vere among the man\ that played

"Seven U.S. presidents have
stayed at The Cavalier: Calvin


Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Harry
Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, John
Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and
Richard Nixon. Richard Nixon's
favorite room at The Cavalier was
the Hunt Room with its roaring
fireplace. He didn't care if it was
the middle of August, he loved that
fire roaring. Staff obliged and
turned up the air conditioning.
Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter arid
' George Bush have each addressed
audiences from podiums at The
Cavalier.
"On Oct. 3, 1942, Uncle Sam
told The Cavalier he wanted it, and
the U.S. Navy moved in it. Until
June 1, 1945, the U.S. Navy
operated a radar training school on
the Cavalier grounds. There was
such a shortage of space' that the
stables were cleaned and then used
as a living quarters for some of the
sailors. During the, WWII black
out, curtains were placed over the
ceiling glass and windows of the
swimming pool area, the water was
drained, and the bottom of the
swimming pool was used .as a
classroom. Although living,
conditions may have been
cramped, The Cavalier chefs were
retained by the Navy. Those who
attended the radar training school,
believe theN ate better than any
other na\ al personnel. The year,
following the Navy's stay, the Navy
rented 130 rooms to house single
officers."
Following his training at The
"Cavalier, Inman was assigned to
the Destroyer Escort. USS
Rombach,(DE 364), under the
command of Lieutenant
Commander Calvin Gill.
Construction began on the
Rombach in March 1944 and -she
was commissioned in September
1944. She wa,. classified as 1,745,
tns' and.'wa 3106 feet':lon' vifh 'aw.,
beam %width of 36 feet, seven
inches. A destroyer escort was


Storming the beach at





Normandy


Tillman Clark was'among
the soldiers who stormed
Omaha Beach June 6, 1944.
Editor's Note: In honor of the 62nd
anniversary of D-Day, we take a look
back at an interview with the late Tillman
Clark, who shared his personal account
of that fateful invasion. This article was
originally printed in June 1994.
The 50th anniversary of D-Day
has passed. Not a minute too soon
for Taylor County native Tillman
Clark.
The television documentaries
and newspaper articles only stir
memories he feels are best left in


the past.
Memories of that day--June 6,
1944--when 'he waded ashore to
Omaha Beach, with A Company of
the 117th Army Infantry.
If you ask him about that day, the
typical reply is a shrug and no
comment. He is only slightly more
at ease speaking of the nine months
he spent in a German prison camp.
"I volunteered in 1941. I wanted
lew s to get in and get my one year over
35.00 with," Clark begins.
2348. "I wanted to join the Coast
Guard but they made me an
_pin. infantryman in the Army. I was
Taco home on leave when they bombed
ir re- Pearl Harbor and knew I'd have to
sub- stay," he said.
eor stay," he said.
Part of his duties stateside
Inc, included teaching a 90-day bayonet
oMn arms course at Camp Blanding.
"That's what saved him later,"
Clark's wife said.


As 1943 drew to a close, 'Clark's
company was loaded on a boat at
Boston, Mass., and set sail for
England.
They landed in Liverpool and
spent the next four months training
in field exercises on how to storm a
beach.
"We didn't know where' we were
going... we just knew "it was
coming," Clark said. .
On June 4, the company ,was
loaded on a ship destined across
the English Channel to Normandy.
Two days later, June 6, Clark
said he remembers climbing down
a rope ladder and getting in a
landing craft packed with his
fellow infantrymen.
"The last-words I remember
hearing clearly were 'May God be
with you' from our chaplain."
As the craft drew near to shore,
the front door lowered and the men
spilled out like cattle, he said.
The water was waist deep and
movement was'hampered by not
only the pull of the waves, but also
the 60 pounds of gear each man
was carrying. Shells were falling
like rain.
. "You didn't have time to think. I
remember pushing dead soldiers
out of my way so I could get to
shore," Clark said.
"I got rid of the pack as soon as I
hit the beach, it was too heavy."
Once on the beach, there was
nothing to do but fight. The only
thing Clark could compare it to
was hunting... and this was nothing
like any hunting he had done
before.
"All I was trying to do was stay
alive. I couldn't really see what was
happening, but had to keep
moving."
What remained of the unit
pushed forward to an apple orchard
then on to St. Lo, with constant
fighting every step of the way.
"We took St. Lo three times. It
was a beautiful town when I first
saw it, old buildings and homes.
When the last resistance was


smaller, slower and more lightly:
armed than her big sister destroyers
because her primary duties v. e re to
protect convoys of troop and
supply ships from air and
submarine attacks. The destroyers.
had to be able to keep up \. iti
battleships and aircraft carriers and
pio\ de gun support t for troop
landings.



He swept

Ann into his

arms and said,

"Do you know

who I am?"


The Rombach had tw.o fi\ e-inch
guns as w'ell as 20 and 50 mm anti-
aircraft batteries. She carried
torpedoes to use against other
surface ships and depth charges for
submarines. In addition, she had a
full array of radar and sonar gear.
Following her commissioning,
the Rombach had a shakedo".n
cruise in the Bahamas and departed
Boston on Nov. 29, 1944, bound
for the Pacific and assignment to
the Seventh Fleet to help with the
liberation of the Philippines.
During her outbound voyage she-
made calls at Guantanamo Bay, the
Panama Canal, the Society Islands,
(including Tahiti) and arrived in the
Admiralty Islands Jan. 7, 1945.;,
Two weeks later, she took up'
convoy escort duty and made three
trips between Hollandia New
Guinea and Leyte Gulf in the


between surface ships in World
\\a.r II. After this, General
MlacArthur's forces invaded the
Philippines to live up to his pledge,
"I shall return," made earlier, when
he had to evacuate from
Corregidor. During the early


weeks of January 1945, forces
under General MacArthur invaded
Lingayen Gilf on Luzon island,
and this brought out the Japanese
kamikazeplanes inall their infamni.
Inman's ship came' under
kamikaze attacks during their
convoy runs and later in Lingayen
.Gulf. He never talked about it
much, but' once he told me that he
couldn't believe the Japanese
wanted to kill him so badly that
they were willing to die in the
process. While his ship never
suffered a direct hit from the
kamikazes, many others did. Some
of the descriptions of these attacks
tell of the absolute horror these
attacks .caused to the men


In October 1944, 4.Leteult had p
been the site of the last large battle


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finished, there was only ruins left
,from the bombing."
The company moved further into
France, meeting not onlu hea\\.
opposition, but also snipers at
every turn.
One incident involving a sniper
stands clear in Clark's memory.
"The sniper hid in a haystack and
just kept picking men off. We were
finally able to set the hay on fire
and he came running out," he said.
The sniper was cut down by the
soldiers' fire. When they got close
to the body, the men could see long
blonde hair spilling out from under
the helmet.
Their deadly sniper had been "
woman.
It was while on a spearhead near
Mortain that Clark was captured."
But only after seven and one-half -
hours of grim hand-to-hand
combat. .
"We were sent out to find where
the enemy was...well, we found
them," Clark said.
The company was allowed to
walk to the top of Hill 314,then the
Germans closed the gate behind
them, so to speak.
They were surrounded, not only
by German soldiers, but also four'
divisions of panzer tanks loaded
with SS troops.
Soon the men were out of ammo,
and were fighting with only their
bayonets.
Clark, as a BAR (Browning
Automatic Rifle) man, did not have'
a bayonet, only a trench knife. :
His commander had only these
words for him, "Get out and get
one.
So he did, slitting the throat of a
German soldier and taking his.
Reinforcements arrived soon,
but it was too late. The battle was
lost.
"The SS officer in charge spoke
better English than most of us,"
Clark said.
"They took our weapons, our.
clothes and our shoes. We were
given old French clothes and


%wooden ,:hoes." he said.
"We had to march with our hands
clasped behind our heads. .'They
separated the offices from the
enlisted men and < we weren't
allowed to speak with one
another."
The prisoners were put to. work
repairing German railroads which
had been damaged in Allied
bombing raids.
At night, Clark said their beds
were three six-inch boards with
only a straw-filled Croker sack for
a mattress.
Each day was the same routine,
work in the fields with only one
noon break. Lunch--the only meal
for the day--was always the same,
red cabbage one day, Irish potato
the next.
"No meat and very little water."
To this day, Clark refuses to eat
red cabbage.
The prisoners were moved to
three different camps in Germany.
"You forgot the date, even what
the days were," he said.
Escape was not an option. "If
you tried to run, which was
.impossible in the wooden shoes,
the guards would put German
Shepherds on you."
At one time, Clark was in the
same camp as fellow Taylor
County native Hal Marsh. Only
Marsh was being held with the
officers, while Clark was with the
enlisted men.
Just a few feet separated the two
sides, but in those few feet were
rolls of barbed wire and German
guards.
"There was no way for us to
communicate," Clark said.
But Clark's group did have one
small advantage, an American
serviceman who spoke fluent
German.
"Baumgardner was our
interpreter. He would listen to the
guards and, tell us what was
happening," Clark said.
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B-4 Perry News-Herald June 9-10, 2006


Small ads...big deals!!


Large Yard Sale, Friday & Saturday Misc/
household items, loads of nice infant
through adult clothes/ shoes, Priced to
sell! Follow signs off Foley Cut-off. 2816
Scott Rd.
6/7-6/9
Yard Sale: Friday & Saturday, 812
Johnson Stripling Rd. 8-until.
6/7-6/9
Yard Sale Jund 8, 9, 10 from 8-4.
Bradshaw Blvd. off Puckett Rd. Desk, bike
rack, driftwood lamps and more.
6/7-6/9
Yard Sale Saturday 8-until, 109 W. Ash
Street. Behind Old Doc's Market.
6/9
Yard Sale Saturday 8-12:30 Sam Poppell
Rd. N. Take Johnson Stripling to Sam
Poppell (on left) follow signs, baby
clothes, items, ladies & men's clothes,
household items.
6/9
Yard Sale Saturday 8-12, 2810 West Page
Rd. metal cutter, welder and much more
look for signs, No Early Birds Please.
6/9


Yard Sale Saturday 3rd, 8 until, at
Armstrong's Service, computer, bunk bed
frame lots of goodies!l! (104 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy.)
6/2
4-Family Yard Sale Everything must go
Catholic Church of Immaculate
Conception 27505 Byron Butler Pkwy.
Friday preview sale 6 PM 9 PM and
Saturday 8 a.m. 12 p.m. Kids furniture,
shelves, clothes for children & adults,
weight bench, patio furniture, TV, twin bed,
movies, mud tires, rims, reading chair(too
many items to mention) Computer monitor,
scanner, printer.
6/9
BIG Yard Sale! Friday & Saturday, 7 a.m. -
until. on 2519 Weldon Poppell Rd. off 27
East. Past Foley Cutt-off Rd. on left. Look
for signs. Toys, clothes, Dryer, nextel
phone, and lots of miscellaneous.
6/9
Multi-Family Yard Sale many items,
clothes, all sizes 215 Marshall Dr. 7 until.
6/9
BIG Yard Sale! on Dice Rd. off 98 West.
Lots of items, including 13' Alum. Boat, air
conditioner, lots of child items, and lots
more. Saturday, 8-12
6/9
Yard Sale: Pine Bluff Rd. Follow signs
from Intersection of Puckett and Houck Rd,
Clothes, toys, household items, exercise
equip., tools, computer and many goodies.
Saturday, 8-2.
6/9
Large Yard Sale at Jackson's furniture off
of Jefferson St. Saturday 7 a.m. until.
6/9
Large Yard Sale, Sat. 8-3, at 125 E.
Dowling St. small refrigerator cooler, Ithaca
20 GA. Automatic, TV., VCR, VCR tapes,
clothes, books, large desk, desk chair and
more.
6/9
Yard Sale 313 W. Bay St. 7-12, clothes,
shoes, misc. items.
6/9
3-Family Yard Sale Saturday 8-until, 105
EL Primeros St. Behind Dr. Shugar's office.
Look' for signs, silk trees, pictures,
household items, girl clothes, ladies
clothes, men clothes, shoes etc. must
come and see!
6/9
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday, 8 1, kids
clothes galore, boys up to 12 Husky, girls
up to 3T, love seat & couch, toddler bed
and miscellaneous. 6632 Beach Rd. 2nd
drive on left past Stalons Automotive.
6/9

r Come
S Join the




BINGO


Early Bird 6 p.m.
Regular 7 p.m.

Shrine Club
(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs. or older


Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, bass & voice students,
Beginners welcome: Call Josh Noland
850-584-5975
5/17-6/9
BED CHERRY SLEIGH BED (Solid
Wood) NEW IN BOX $250. (850)222-2113
6/9GCN
Bed A New FULL brand MATTRESS &
BASE in plastic with warranty, $120.
(850)545-7112
6/9GCN


FOR RENT
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Shafer Land Sales,
Ucensed Real Estate Broker
1535 Killearn Cdnter Blvd., Unit C6
Tallahassee, FL 32309
www.shaferlandsales.com
15 acres on Wash Davis Rd. Heavily
wooded, 1 home for 5 acres $99,000.
5/26-6/14
Glenridge Subdivision 3/2 brick home For
Sale By Owner. Fireplace, living room,
dining room, family room, office, new roof,
new kitchen, sun room. Call 838-5040
6/2-6/28


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us!
Yard Sale We buy.. call us' Collectibles
Set-up 1- l 54 MaktTools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


FOLLET, ICEMAKER M# R5A yeilds 400
Ibs., shaved compressed nuggets w/in 24
hrs. without storage Bin. $700. 850-584-
6591 or 672-1232
6/7-6/16HJA


BEDROOM SET A KING BED, Chest,
TV Armoire, 2 N'ghtstands. Brand New,
Still Boxed. Suggested Retail $3500,
Sacrifice $1000. Can Deliver, (850)222-
9879.
6/9GCN ,
'Wolf SunQuest Pro 26RS Tanning Bed, 26
lamps, 100 WA# 7 Ft. surface, tunnel
design, Bought New for $2,999 selling
almost new, $1,000. (moving).
6/9-6/30
A BRAND NEW KING PILLOW TOP
Mattress Set: $250. In sealed plastic with
warranty. Can Deliver (850)425-8374
6/9GCN
For Sale Aluminum 2-sided Dog box.
$250 firm, 843-5550 (ask for Cindy)
6/9
$150 BED QUEEN PILLOW TOP
Mattress Set with Warranty, ALL NEW in
plastic, can deliver. (850)222-7783
6/9GCN
Cook books All Kinds Buy one or all. Also
Precious Moments buy one or all some
signed. 850-672-0346.
6/7-6/9
30" gas stove, white. Call 838-6005.
6/7-6/9
BEDROOM: Brand new 6 piece set,
COMPLETE. ALL NEW in boxes, 550.
(850)222-7783
6/9GCN
Manitowac Ice Dispenser free standing
great for Hotels & Cafeteria. Holds 235 Lbs
Ice. Stainless steel front. M#QPA 310,
$500. Call 850-584-6591 or 672-1232
6/7-6/16HJA
COUCH + LOVESEAT MICROFIBER,
Stain Resistant, ALL NEW, Lifetime
Warranty, Can Deliver. Sug. Retail $1250,
Sell $475, (850)425-8374
6/9GCN
Used King size mattress set, $12. Double
set, $10. Call 584-6231.
6/7-6/9
Troy Bitt Horse Garden Tiller less than 50
hrs. run time, 8 HP motor, elec. start w/new
battery all attm. & bumper M#12090, $900.
Call 850-584-6591 or 672-1232
6/7-6/16HJA
Couch & Loveseat: BRAND NEW
LEATHER still wrapped, lifetime warranty,
can deliver. $1900 suggested list, must
sell $795. Delivery available. (850)545-
7112
6/9GCN
McCall Com. up right freezer/cooler Allum.
finish, free standing M#702DF, $500. Call
850-584-6591 or 672-1232
6/7-6/16HJA
For Sale Frigidaire 8 cu-ft chest freezer,
works good $100. GE Washer Super
Capacity, works good $100, Whirpool
Dryer Heavy Duty Super Capacity. Needs
front Dust Seal, $50. Call 843-2864 or 843-
2874, leave message if no answer.
6/7-6/9
DINNING ROOM: Beautiful NEW table, 6
chairs and china cabinet. Suggested retail
$1800, sell $850, still boxed, can deliver.
(850)222-2113
6/9GCN
Whirlpool washer/dryer-$500, Full bed-$50,
Twin bed-$50, Baby swing-$25, Wing back
chair-$75, Sofa & love seat-$550, pool
table-$150, Chair & Ottoman-$35,.Chest-
$15, Large computer desk-$40, Formal
Dining table w/6 chairs-$1500, talking
Parrot Macaw bird w/cage-$1500. Call 843-
0245 or 584-6051.
6/7-6/9


BE RELIEVED
Of your home & worries. We Buy Houses
in Any area, price, condition. AS-IS! Avoid
Foreclosure www.WeBuyNFLHouses.com
1-800-578-9485
5/10-6/30
M.H. for Sale! 3 bed/2 bath Central Heat &
Air, 1 acre, screened porch some
remodeling, 2255 White Oak Dr. 3 miles
from Keaton Beach $90,000 Call 352-562-
3949
5/10-6/30
Land for sale, 221 between Shiloh Church
.Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with
paved roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) 584-
7466.
tfEF
Lenark Village lot. Elec, water & sewer
available $150,000. Make an offer. 850-
843-2418
6/9
Wonderful 4 BR/2.5 bth, great room, open
design, pool on 4.5 m/1 acres $350,000
more acreage available. 850-843-2418
6/9


Cedar Island 3 lots Gulf front, deep canal
access. #1 & G $300,000 Lot L-$600,000.
S850-846-2418,
6/9
Clark subdv. 1.02 acres. Build your
DREAM home on this cleared lots. Last of
the best left! $38,000.850-843-24.18
6/9
Great vacation retreat! Nice DWMH w/1
acre. Facing, a 2 stable barn, dog kennel
& bird aviary $135,000. 850-843-2418
6/9
Steinhatchee 4 lots, deed restricted
subdiv. $75,000 each lot. 850-843-2418
6/9
Neat as a pin! 2005 Fleetwood DWMH on
1.3 acres. Storage shed, 2 decks. Move-in
condition. Pine Ridge area, $120,000
make an offer. 850-843-2418

Lots for Sale (approx. 1 acre a-piece) -
State Street and Plantation St. $44,000
each. Call 843-0682.
6/7-6/30
Commercial Store Front for lease in
downtown Perry. perfect for convenience
store, beer/wine, insurance agency, real-
estate office, retail, etc., high traffic
location with plenty of parking. Take the
place of a very successful business on
the corner of Ash and 221. Asking $650/
month. negotiable. 561-856-8771.
6/7-6/30'
Cedar Island .31 acre 90 + feet Gulf
frontage. RV pad utilities available.
Beautiful sunsets! $575,000.850-843-2418
6/9

203 Ivy Ave. 3 BR/2 Bth approx. 1300 sq.
ft. detached shed and carport, wood frame
w/alum siding. $78,900 Cash back at
signing. 850-584-2979 or 850-443-4208

Classifieds work...
Give it a try!
584-5513


UP FRONT BONUS


WANT TO BE HOME TNIGH T?

If you are looking for a great job that will allow
you to plan your activities well in advance...
just give us a call.

REQUIREMENTS: CLASS A CDL
HAZMAT
TANKERS

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!!!
WE WILL TRAIN YOU

CALL 850-584-6666 ext. 402




NURSES
LOOKING FOR INNOVATIVE

FLEXIBLE HOURS...T NIGHT?


Need more time with famtily?l allow

Want to return to school? Just ?n advance...???



Marshall Health & Rehab Center
has just the opportunity for you.c

Call Sue Love, RN
850-584-63340
______ 850-584-6334______


TIDEWATER APARTMENTS For
Qualified applicants 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms
available. Section 8 units rent based on
applicant income. Units include
electric/water/ gas/! garbage utility.
Applications available 500 S. Warner Ave.
Building F, Perry, FL 32348 Phone
(850)584-6842
5/19-6/16
WOO DRIDGE APART MENTS!!
1, .2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered,
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.
tfWA
Southern Villas of Perry!!.
New Management!!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 bedroom
HC and non-HC accessible apartments.
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
tfSV
Small trailer for Rent $85 weekly, includes
utilities, nice quiet country setting. 838-:
3609.
6/7-6/9
2000 Sq. ft. garage/shop with 2B/2B
double wide trailer near town. Call 838-
6124. Lv. message.
5/31-6/23AR



Level 2, 50 x ?4, 3 BR double wide for
sale. $3,000, price negotiable, would make
a good hunting camp, buyer must move.
Call 223-2919 and leave message if
interested.
6/9-6/21



Taylor County BCC Position
Vacancy
Road maintenance Technician Min.
Qualifications: Possession of valid
Florida CDL license Class B (or must
obtain withinth ree months of hire date) and
a good driving record. Preferably a high
school diploma or GED. Must posses
sufficient physical strength and agility to
perform heavy manual labor. Must be able
to operate hand tools, small power equip.
another equip:' related to maintenance of:
highway right-of-way. Salary is $8.04/hour.
EEOE/VP/Drug Free Work Place. Apply at
Taylor One-Stop Career Center, 1702 S.
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347.
Position open until filled.
5/26BCCtf

Log Truck Driver, must have CDL's and a
DOT physical, pay by the load, 843-3109
or 584-3971..
6/2-6/28


HOMES &
REAL ESTATE


Classifieds work! Give it a try...584-5513




S Help Wanted

Experienced

Barber/Cosmetologist

Full-Time

Call (850) 838-9393



WANT TO BUY

Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars


Pocket Watches Diamonds
. Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys


GULF COAST
METAL 3' Wide
ROOFING Galvalume

Full lineof 3' Wide
accessories in stock Painted
t Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach; Fl.


Springhill Nursery, Inc.





850-584-3435
Randy Hathcock 446 Springhill Rd. Gary Hathcock
Cell 843-2687 Perry Cell 843-1930


YARD SALE


) Antiques & Collectibles 4

) Friday 2:00-6:00

Saturday 9:00 5:00


Old Aman Store 4

SHwy. 19 N. in Eridu 4


HELP

Avon Reps needed in your area. Start your
own business! Make your own schedule!
only $10 start up fee. Free gift with sign
on. Contact Crystal at 584-8461' or 843-
1162.
5/31-7/7

Management
FT/PT Sales


Hibbett Sports
a full line
sporting goods store
is opening soon in Perry.

Send resumes
"ATTN DM"
to 2132 University Mall
Suite 210,.
Tampa, FL 33612.

Hibbett Sports conducts
drug testing.
Jason.hutson@hibbett.com

"Without Drivers
There's No Road Ahead"
We Need 5 Great Drivers!!
YOU GET .
Home Every Weekend
Run Southeast Only
Sign On Bonus
80% Drop & Hook
Super Pay & Benefits
immediate Rider Pro.
CDL/A 2 Yrs OTR
Shoreline Transportation
877-208-9176
6/7-6/9

Assistant Managers & Technicians
Wanted
Super-Lube in Perry is now accepting
applications for Assistant Managers &
Technicians. We offer competitive
compensation with an excellent benefits
package. Inserted candidates need to
apply at: 1631 S. Byron Butler Parkway in
Perry or you may fax your .resume
850/222-5152.
6/7-6/14SL

HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED
Experienced housekeeper needed.
Dependable with reliable transportation is
a must. Please 'apply in person at
Steinhatchee Landing Resort, 203 Ryland
Circle, Steinhatchee, FL 32359. 352-498-
3513.
12/9tfnSL
















Full time bookkeeper position available.
Medical and dental benefits, 401K,
vacation provided. Must have past
experience. Please send resume to
Position, P.O. Box 911, Perry, FL 32348.
6/9-6/28

TAYLOR COUNTY BCC POSITION
VACANCIES
Planner- $34,777- $39,895
Building & Planning Tech $10.26/hr.
Heavy Equipment Operator Solid Waste
Department $9.31/hr.
Call In Roll Off Attendant $6.49/hr.
Library Technician $8.04/hr.
Entire job description, requirements and
application can be obtained from www.tcfl-
libinfo.com or Taylor Employment
Connections, 1702 S. Jefferson Street.
Position open until filled. EOE, VP, DT
background check employer.
6/9tfnBCC


The City of Perry is taking
applications for the
following position:


TRUCK DRIVER/LABORER
(Sanitation)

Req: Must have a valid
Florida Drivers License
and be able to obtain a
CDL within 6 months after
employment.
SalaryRange:
$8.36- $11.81

Applications are available at
Employment Connections
224 N. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32348

DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER






1997 Lincoln Signature Town Car. Classic
beauty, deluxe comfort. Excellent
condition, new tires, 10-CD stereo. Gets
21-22MPG on regular gas. 105,000 easy
miles. $5,800. 838-2003
6/9
2000 Toyota Tundra SR5, 4x4, ext. cab, 4
dr., alum. rims,,31" buckshot, turbo straight
pipes, nurf bars, UWS tool box, and bed
cat, tinted windows, fully loaded, 116K
Tiil e- $12 500 oCallLeon 3t 352-498- 732
:.r 352-498 '4P26 -
2.6,'9 6,i6 6,.23FBCS

2001 Dodge Stratus DRT Coupe. Red,
leather, Sunroof, spoiler, 5 disc CD player,
chrome rim's, automatic. In very good
condition For more inf Contact Daralyn or
Jeremy Nix @ 584-9485 or 843-5647
6/7-6/9

1994 Ford Ranger XL matching topper,
AC, radio, runs good, standard shift. $2600
or trade for vehicle with automatic.
1984 Mercedes 500 XL, very clean, runs
great, $9000. OBO -will trade for Car or
truck of equal value. 850-672-0346.
6/7-6/9


Come one.. ,'I
come all!

PERRY ELKS '





Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
305 Puckett Road /





C rhrtiariu.a puppies AKC. Reg. males-'
$250, females-$300 very cute, 6 weeks
old. Call 584-8618,
6/7tfnBW

14 yr old Qtr. horse, 15 hands, white/grey
gelding. Good with kids and mares,
$1,000. e-mail dwhiddon@gtcom.net or call
584-3023.
5/26-6/21





MISSING- Cherished Black Lab/ Spaniel
mix last seen wearing an orange collar .
with a blue Rabies tag. Reward available if
found want information dead or alive. Call
386-326-0987 and/or 850-843-0180
4/19tfnCH





Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Izuzu -nd Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
1/18tfS
NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
3/29-6/16
Wanted to buy used hot water heater 10 or
15 gallon and refrigerator. Call 584-7381
or 223-1945
6/9-6/14

Needed to rent or buy, camper travel trailer
If you have one please call 223-2919 and
leave message
6/9-6/21


BOAT FOR SALE 12' 6" River Hawk
Bream Boat w/ Galvanized Trailer great
condition. $650 Call Mike @ 843-0650
6/7-6/9


TREE CAPITAL.

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY ,-
: ,& CARPET 4
CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

584-CLEAN
(584-2532)






J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
Also grind stumps. Call today 838-1230.
Firewood for sale.
tfJD

A-2-Z Farm/ Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work.and complete lawn services,
Tree trimming/ removal, dump truck
services. Call 584-6737
4/12tfn

A+ Blanco Home Cleaning Servie i8501
672-1298,. Letty Blanco, Licensed &.
Insured:
3/15tfBCS

Palm Trees Done Professionally! 20 year
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
L,,i:. .e.d & Insured. Call John at 850-672-
0290
HURRICANE SEASON IS COMING,
TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Fr,,e E:iimailc. Bu,--el Truck Available,
brarirnhes irmmed Licensed & Insured:.
311l Jjorn I 0eso.I. 1850) 584-2027 or




CARET i VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good
price, No overhead. Direct savings-to you.
31 ,,.era experience. 850-838-9050.
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OUTDOORS


FICTITIOUS NAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is
hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to the fictious name statute,
Chapter 20953 or Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, 1941, will register with the
Secretary of State, Corporation Division,
Tallohassee, Florida, upon receipt of
proof of publication of this notice the
fictitious name, to-wit:
G&C Quail
under which we will engage in business.
I/We .expect to engage in business In
Perry, Florida and our address Is:
4105 Charles Sadler Lane Perry, FL 32347
The extent of ownership is:
Glenn Nix 50%
Cheryl Nix 50%
6/2,6/9


HELP,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
In Re: The Estate of:
Case No. 06-323-CP.
ANN F. WIGHT,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of ANN
F. WIGHT, deceased, whose date of
death was April 26, 2006; File Number 06-
323-CP is pending in the Circuit Court for
Taylor County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is Post Office Box
620, Perry, Florida 32348. The name and
address of the personal representative
and the personal representatives
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedentis estate, on whom a
copy of this notice has been served,
must file their claims with this court'
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE.
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedentis estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice
is: JUNE 2, 2006.
SMITH, SMITH & MOORE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.
MICHAEL S.SMITH '
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida' 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
G. CLINE MOORE
Personal Representative
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, FL 32348
6/2, 9 .

In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
,Circuit, In and For Taylor County, Florida..
Case No. 2006-284-DR .
In Re: The adoption of Aisha Monique
Hendry,
Adoptee.: .
Notice of Action
To: Charlsle Renee Tomlin, Address ,
Unknown
You are notified that "a Petition for.
Adoption by Grandparent has'been'
filed by the Petitioner, Sherry Ann Hendry,
in re .,' ui Court of Taylor County,
Florida against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written.
.defenses; if any, to it on John R. Weed,
the Pefitioner's Attorney, whose address
is 605 South Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida
32347 on or before June 23, 2006, and
file the original with the clerk of this court,
Taylor County Courthouse, Post Office
Box 620, Perry, Florida, 32348, either
before service on the 'Petitioner's
Attorney or Immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be- entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or ctii..r. Dated this 17
day of May, 2006.
Annie Mae Murphy
-,I. :- r t .:. :.urt

Deputy ClerK
5/19,26, 6/2,9.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER,,
FICTITIOUSNAME .
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is
hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to the fictious name statute,.
Chapter 20953 or Section 865 09 Florida
Statutes, 1941, will regisie' ,..ir, r.e
Secretary of State, Corporation, Division,
Tallahassee, Florida, up.:.r re, -:eipi of
proof of publication of this'notice the
fictitious name, to-wit:
Ezell Marine Repair
under which we will engage in business.
I/We expect to engage In business in
Steinhatchee, Florida and ou' o2s,'e:,ic.
722 Robin Ln. Steinhatchee, FL 3i. 5
The extent of ownership is:
Sole Proprietor: HoustonrG. Ezell'
6/2,6/9

In the Circuit .Court, Tr.i,. jucIalol Circuit,
In and for Taylor County, Florida.
Case No. 2006-313-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF GLENDA WALKER
CHAPPELL,
Deceased.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
The administration of the estate of
Glenda Walker Chappell, deceased,
File Number 06-313-CP pending in the
Circuit Court for Taylor County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
Post Office Box 620, Perry, FL 32348. The
name and address of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons 'having claims or demands"
against the decedent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidate~i
claims, on whom a copy of this notice Is
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claim with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
The date of first publication of this Notice
to Creditors is June 9, 2006.
Personal Representative:
Troy Chappell
4404 Old Selma Rd.
Montgomery, AL 36108
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Angela M.'Ball
Attorney at Law
615 N. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
FL BAR 0796557
(850) 584-8960
FAX (850)584-7907
aballjow@hotmall.com
6/9, 6/16

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 05-076-CA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ARLENE JACKSON ANDERSONO
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER
45
NOTICE is given pursuant to a Final
Judgment of.Foreclosure dated May 31,
2006, in Case No. 05-076-CA, of the
Circuit Court of the,Third Judicial Circuit,
in and for Taylor County, Florida, in which.
Capital City Bank is the Plaintiff and
Arlene Jackson Anderson is 'the
Defendant, I will sell to the highest ,and
best bidder for cash at the West door of
the Taylor County Courthouse in Perry,
Taylor Count,. Fic.iid aor 11:00 a.m. on
July 6, 200. tI re oro-pentr set forth in the6
Final Judgment of Foreclosure and more
particularly described as follows:
Lot One (1) of Block (1) of Jerkins
Heights'"Subdivision, according to the
.map or plot of aild Jerkins H.I._r,j .
Subdivision on record in the office of the
clerk of the circuit court of Taylor
County, Florida.
Dated: June 2, 2006
Sn,-,e P.,ae Murprri
iie rI otlf e Ci cuil Court
B e r.|a ril La O lle
ij-epul / Clerk
6/9, 6/16
rotire is hereby gijen ro John M
Lerirain unless povmer.r is made on
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June at 1900a m 01 Lorr, ; lowing.
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B-6 Perry News-Herald


June 9-10, 2006


THE PERRY Mrs. Watts is a 1971 graduate of ROTC and in other aspects of his
Taylor County High School and college life included flying and
EWS-HERALD Mr. Watts was employed by E. M. athletics.


COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
CAP TCHS SCHOOL YEAR
Some 196 seniors, the largest
graduating class in the history of
Taylor County High School,
received diplomas from
Superintendent of Schools Alan
Hart. at commencement exercises
held at Forest Capital Hall.

SIX MAKE HONOR ROLL AT
AUCILLA
Six Taylor County students have
bee f-named to the honor roll at
Aucilla Christian School. They
were: Bert Close, Carolyn Agner,
Patricia Close, Craig Hardin, Leah
Hardin and Teresa Thurman.

WEDDING BELLS
S, McGill-Watts
L. -W. McGill of Orlando and
Mrs. Harold Jost of Winter Haven,
announced the marriage of their
daughter, Gemma Carol McGill, to
Phillip Lamar Watts, son of the
Rev. and Mrs. Rodney Watts of
Mayo.


MILITARY REPORT
Ray G. Pope Jr.
Ray G. Pope Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray G. Pope Sr., was
commissioned a second lieutenant
upon completion of the U.S. Air
Force Reserve Officers Training
Corps program at North Carolina
State University.
Lt. Pope also received his B. S.
degree in aeronautical engineering..
He was being assigned to
Chanute AFB, Ill., for duty as a
missile maintenance officer. His
new unit was part of the Strategic
Air Command, America's nuclear
deterrent force of long range
bombers and, intercontinental,
ballistic missiles.
Phillip R. Shaw
Phillip R. Shaw was enrolled in
the advanced program of the Air
Force Reserve Officer Training
Corps at Florida State University,
with the rank of Cadet Colonel.
Cadet Shaw's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Shaw, reside in Perry.
Among Cadet Shaw's interests and
extracurricular activities both in


After obtaining a degree in
geography, Cadet Shaw planned to
be commissioned a Second
Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force
Reserve.

12 PERRY STUDENTS
MAKE DEAN'S LIST
An honor roll of more than 3,000
students with an average of "B" or
better was released by Florida
State University. Students from
Perry who made the Dean's List
included Cheryl Bowersox, Helen
H. Brown, Nancy R. Campbell,
Dianne D. Davis, Lou E. Faircloth,
Linda 0. Garrett, Linda F. Louque,
Miriam E. Martinez, Mary Ann
Massey, Dennis A. Tucker, Sandra
D. Wheeler and Debra J. Young.,

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The top 10 spellers at Perry
Elementary, selected in an all-
school contest, were: Carlene
Pickles, Charles Newton, James
Conhell, Timmy. Greene, Steve
Strawder, Darlene Tucker, Jill
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Life returns to normal


BOOT CAMP
Continued from page B-2
kAnother horror Inman discussed
only .-at odd moments was the
typhoon his ship rode out. I do not
remember the exact numbers he
quoted, but he talked about the
number of degrees of side-to-side
roll that would capsize the
Rombach. Similar numbers for
destroyers were about 70 .degrees
from vertical, but I do not have the
numbers, for destroyer escorts.
Inman and the rest of the crew
were below decks and when the
ship would roll to one side, they
would all run to the other-side to
-help stabilize it. He said that, on
several occasions they came
within just a few degrees of
capsizing. Just before the
Rombach arrived, Admiral,
Halsey's 3rd Fleet got, caught in a
typhoon while refueling with loss


of three ships and several hundred
sailors. Nature as well as the
Japanese- was the enemy on
occasion.
As things quieted down, the
Rombach was taken off convoy
duty March 2 and assigned to
Manila Bay. On April 29 she spent
a month with the local defense
force in Lingayen Gulf.
From May 27 to Aug. 8 she
operated as part of a hunter-killer
group off the west coast of Luzon
Island in the Philippines. These
groups, as' their name implied,
hunted- enemy ships, especially
submarines and attempted to take
them out of action.
After this, until the bombing of
Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the
cessation of hostilities, the
Rombach was part of a hunter-
killer group patrolling from Leyte
(Philippines) to Okinawa.
Once the war was over, she


helped land allied forces in Korea
and China. From Oct. 8 to Nov.
22, 1945, she served as part of the
"Magic Carpet" fleet escorting
troop ships to East China where
service men embarked for home.
That must have been a happy duty,
but even happier was when the
Rombach's turn came and she
steamed for home, passing
through Pearl Harbor on the way.
It must have been there that Inman
bought the coconut bras and grass
skirts he brought home to Ann and
Martha Jane.
Everyone anticipated his
homecoming for days and talked
about it. The whole family met
him at the Jacksonville train
station. He swept Ann into his-
arms and said, "Do you know who
I am?" "Yes," she replied, "You're
Bob's Uncle Lemon." They all
returned to Perry and life returned
to normal in the Lilliott household.


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NORMANDY
Continued from page B-2
It was through Baumgardner the
men learned of the atrocities in the
concentration camps.
"The guards would talk about
how.the bodies were being put in
.box cars and covered in lime to get
rid of them," Clark said, with a
faint grimace.
"Then one morning we could
hear guns and artillery going over
our stalag (the German word for
prison). Baumgardner told us 'the
Allies will be here
.tomorrow...we'll be free'," Clark
said.
The Germans herded them into a
cellar and left the camp. A tank
rammed its gun down the coal
-shoot and the prisoners were
ordered to come out.
."They didn't know who was
left," he said. After being
identified, the men were finally
free.
"General Patton ordered that the
guards be found and brought back
to the camp. When they were, he
looked at the prisoners and told
them 'Now anybody that wants to
kick behind can...'," Clark said,
modifying the order a little.
Clark weighed 205 pounds
when he was captured. He
weighed 127 pounds when he was
liberated.
"My hair was as long as yours
and my beard was out to here,"
Clark said, cupping his hands
around his jaw.
"We had body lice this long," he
continued, measuring several
inches with his hands.
The men were taken to camps in
Camp Lucky Strike, France, where
they were cleaned, deloused and
fed. "My first meal vas a little ole'
piece of steak,' Clark said.


"Served to us by German
prisoners.
"They had on white uniforms
and were clean shaved," he said,
with more than a hint of disgust in
his voice. "They sure weren't
treated like we were."
Once stateside again, Clark was
given a 90-day recuperation leave
and was discharged a month later,
September 1945.
On his trek home, Clark
accompanied another Taylor
County native who had been
discharged the day before, Major
Ben Lindsey.
"I got into town and went to
Jackson's Furniture, where they
told me my parents were alive and
okay,", Clark said.

In October, he married the
former Gloria Iran Moron. It was
time to get back into normal life.
However, his time spent both
fighting and as a prisoner was not
so easily dismissed.
"He told me that when he was in
prison, the thing he dreamed about
most was eating sausage and
hotcakes...I cooked a lot of those


OUR STAND


during our first years," Gloria said.
Months after the war was over,
Clark did receive a check for his
time spent as a prisoner.
"Under terms of the Geneva
Convention, POWs were to
receive a reasonable wage for the
work they did while a prisoner...he
got a $1 per day for food and
labor," Gloria said.
Even now, bad. lightning
disturbs him and health problems
stemming from the harsh prison
conditions are setting in, she said.
As for his family, now-grown
children Christine and Laurence, it
is only by piecing together
snatches of conversation and a
handful of letters Clark wrote
while a prisoner, do they
understand his experiences.
"He never talked about it when
we were younger. It's only been in
the last few years that he's opened
up," Christine said.
They pass this knowledge on to
their children, a tale of bravery and
of a grandfather whose, valiant
fight and survival may have
very well saved their world.


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